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APOTHECARIES HALL, BANGOR. MR. R. HUGHES, Chemist, has a vacancy j for an intelligent youth as an apprentice. WANTED, as an Indoor Servant, a voung W Man who KM wait at Table and do the ¿rdi!l:\r kousehold work of a man servant. A satisfactory re- ference required.—Apply to D. U, at the office of this paper. WANT En. It Master for the National School W of Ynpytty. whore a Pupil Teacher is kept. He must be a good teacher, and able to keep strict discipline in the School. Knowled Te> of Music required.—Apply to the Rev. Rev. S. Price, Yspytty Rectory, near Llanrwst. w ANTEI) Immediately, a small detached COTTAOE, in u'ood repair, containing 1 or 2 Sitting Rooms, 3 or 4 Bedrooms, and Garden, in the neighbourhood of Bangor, Menai Bridge, or Conway. Rent moderate. Addren X. Y. Z., North Wales Ohroni- eie Office, Bangor. WANTED, a Book-keeper, in a wholesale Vy and retail Drapery and Grocery Establishment, a thoroughly competent person to take charge of the Books one who has filled a similar situation preferrod. None Med apply but who oa-i be well recommended by his last employer.—Apply to the Editor of this paper. TO BE LET for 12 Months—a FURNISHED THOUSE, datii'htfnDv situated in the best part of Upper Bangor, containing Two Sitting Room, and Four Bod Rooms, Store Room. Kitchen, and Scullery. Terms m per week. Apply to Mr. Davies, Postmaster, Upper Bangor. WANTI'I). hv a Respectable Protestant, a W srrUATI')? :t'< Housekeeper in a s)uaU f?mny, or to an elderly Ladv or Cent?en?n or ? ursory Go- verness (taking cbar?M of tho Kursery whore a maid is kert). She is well experienced in both capacities. BPlease address. A,f., 220, High Street, Bailor, or to the office of this pap?r. TO HOTEL PROPRIETORS. TO be Sold or Let. with immediate pos- i .e?ion, the BRITISH HOTEL, Bangor, North Wain. The hou,e is most eligibly situated, and dotns a 1aqe Family, Commercial, and Posting business Full ::rioulari mav be obtained on making personal applioa- Entothe Proprietor, Mr. Wm. Dew, whose other public 4MWements necessitate his relinquishing the business. FLINTSHIRE. TO GRAZIERS, FARMERS AND OTHERS. rrm be LET. "BRYNGWYN," 109 acres, in 1. iplemlid order, all having been boned well adapted far a Cattle Salesman, being within a mile of Caerswys. "MAESYDDGWYNION," 98a. lr. 22p., in the parish d Uanasa, in the holding of the Executors of Mr. Thos. Williams, lately deceased. Apply to Mr. Thomas Jones, Gym, Llanasa. LLANRWST. TO be Let on Building Leases of Ninety Years, plots of ground in CAEK-OBAIG Field, situ- ate in the centre of the Town, forming a new and most desirable principal street, with ingress and egress from Denbigh street, and also near the Victoria Hotel. There is a large and extensive Quarry of excellent build- ing stone on the Mostyn boundary of the field, now being quarried and worked in the erection of houses already emmei)ced, and open to the public at a moderate price pet load or by measure. For particulars, apply to Mr. Thomas Davies, Builder, Ac., Denbigh Street, Llanrwst; or to Mr. Griffith, Turf Square, Carnarvon. August 24th, 1864. CARNARVONSHIRE. tFOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. THE following desirable Freehold Farms:- JL BONTNEWYDD, in the occupation of Mr. Wm. Roberts, containing about 40 acres, and FFLUDDYBONT, in the occupation of Hugh Roberts. containing about 30 The above are situated in the Parish of Caerhun, on the upland (western) side of the valley of the Conway, com- prising good arable, meadow, and pasture land. They ad- join the properties of Lord Newborough. H. D. Griffith, m Col. Pennant, &c., and are well worthy the atten- äoo of capitalists. MU, St. Asaph ?ppI?Mr?Richard Roberts, Rose Hill, St Asaph LLANDUDNO. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, A Leasehold Cottage Residence and Garden, xx known ae DAISY BANK COTTAGE, pleasantly lituated on the South side of the Hill adjacent to the Tai-newvddion Road, luring a frontage thereto of 31 feet f, inches, and a depth backwards of 90 feet or thereabouts. n contain. Sitting Room, 2 Kitchens and 4 Bedrooms; Garden front and back, and the water laid on. The situ- &Uou is a most "hell'e<l one, and the prospect of the ÖIt scenery very beautiful. of which 32 years The 'p:eS ??er a Lease of which 32 years Me?nnexpired, at aLiuu4 Ground Rent of Four shil- ^rfStion may be made to John Shearson, Esq., ZE?zhport; or (J Ir. Goorge Felton, Auctioneer and Surveyor, I oitya Estate OtBces. Llandudno. CARNARVONSHIRE & ANGLESEY INFIRMARY. ON Sunday Morning, September 11th, 1864, \.7 a SERMON will be preached in the Cathedral by the Rev. H. W. Jm.es, IVmuynydd. in aid of the Funds of the Carnarvonshire and Anglesey Infirmary.-Divine Service will commence at Half-past Eleven. Bangor, August 2Gth, 1864. BANGOR DIOCESAN CHORAL ASSOCIA- TION. BOOKS of the words, music, and the J) anthems for the festival to be held in Bangor Cathedral on the 7th of September next, are now ready, IIId may be had on applic..tion to Mr. J. K. Douglas, North Wales Chronicle Office, Bangor. Books of the words and music, price 6d. The an- thems, price 1 Ad. and 2d F.u?nce will cover th.e f??< of 12 cop.ies of t.he Book chords and Mu.ic and ?.<-?.? will cover the Pottage of 12 copies of either of the Anthems. BANGOR SAILING MATCH- A PURSE of Ten Sovereigns is offered for A the best Open S"iliug Boat., not to exceed -0 feet k?l' First priM, £ 4 Second (litto £ S Third do J?.2 Fourth do., Xi open to any boat belonging to Anglesey or Carnarvonshire. Entrance Is. each; notice to be made the day previous to the day of the contest, which is fixed to come off on Thursday, September ja. For further particulars apply to Mr. Thomas Morgan, Garth Ferry. -+- PENRHYN HALL, BANGOR. FOR THIS NIGHT ONLY, SEPTEMBER 3rd. rnBE SEVENTH ANNUAL TOUR of Mr, X BUTTER WORTHS COMPANY of celebrated CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. THIS EVENING. List 1 0 list to the truly Burlesqued GHOST ILLUSION! From O. Buller's Pattern. The Minstrel's Programme will be selected from beau- tiful Songs, Ballads, Duetts, Glees, Choruses, Serenades, Instrumental Solos, Burlesques, Dances, &c., arranged will adapted for the resources of this Company. H The Accompallimeut, comprise Violin, Flute, Cornet, Harp, Contra Bass, Harmonium, Drums, Bones, Tam- bourine, &c. Admission—Stall*, 2s.; Second Seats, Is.; Third Seats, 6a. Tickets, Programmes. may be had of Mr. DoQglBf, •fetfatiilsr, "Chroaicla" Office, Ilauggr. SALES BY MR. WM. DEW. BANGOR. IMPORTANT TO HOTEL KEEPERS. STAGE- CUACH PROPRIETORS & OTHERS. MR. IV. DEW Has rc-oeived instructions from Mr. Edward Humphreys, of the Royal Hotel. Carnarvon (in consequence of his having stopped the Pwllheli Coach), TO SELL BY AUCTION, At the MART attached to the BRITISH HOTEL, Bangor, on the 9th of September next, r I IWEI,VE well Seasoned COACH HORSES, I and TWO VERY COMMODIOUS OMXIBL'.SKS ill good condition. Full descriptions will be given in Catalogues. BANGOR. IIARS?, ,'? PRIZI? .?7?' SALE ?' SUPERIOR //????, PRIZE SHEEP, 2 VERY COMMODIOUS OMNIBUSES, PilAETO.W.% GIGS, OARTS, HARNESS and SADDLERY. MR. AVJf. DEW Respectfully begs to iuform the Public that he will SELL BY AUCTION, At the MART attached to the BRITISH iloTtr,, Bangor, on FRIDAY, the 9th September, 1864, commencing at 1 o'clock, p.m., prompt. UPWARDS of 40 Valuable HORSKS. con- sisting of useful Harness Horses, Stylish Cobs, few Cart Horses, including IS sound well seasoned ()\);\lh Horses, (the property of Mr. Ed, Hwnpht.ys who has given up the Pwllheli Coach.) Ali,) upwitrdi of 2\ High Class Pure JJred Shropshire Dowu Ewei, Ewe and Ham Lambs from the celebrated Fluck of Lord Werilnck, Messrs. Craue aud Bowen, 2 very commodious Omnibuses built by Carr of Manchester, antI another carrying Ten inside and Eight outside, Phsetou< Gi^s, Scotch Carts, j Single and D-niblo Harness, Saddlery, Trotter's Patent Heaping Machine, &c. Every facility will be afforded for trying aud examining the Horses on the morning of 'ale. A large proportion will be sold subject to Veterinary Examination. Catalogues may be had at the principal Hotels in North Wales, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, and from the Auctioneer, British Hotel, iiangor. -t- ——————————— IMPOHTANT TO FLOCK MASTERS. Sale of miglt Cla-gs Pure Bred SHROPSHIRE DOWN E WES, E WE and RAM LAMBS, g-c. Mit. W. DEW, Begs to intimate that lie has received instructions from \V. Hay ward, Esq., of PUNBRVN SEIUNT, Carnarvon, TO SELL BY AUCTION, At the MAST attached to the BRITISH HOTEL, Bangor, on FRIDAY, 9th September, 1864, commencing at One o'clock, p.m., o'clSocPkL, ENDID PURE BRED Shropshire Down Ewes. 6 Ditto EWE LAMBS. 3 RAM LAMBS. 1 YEARLING RAM, THE above are descended from the cele- j_ brated Flocks of Lord Wemlock, Messrs. Crane and Bowen, and well sustain the high character of this greatly prized Bree(L The Ewes will be sold in Pens of Five each, and the Kama separately. CARNARVON. Sale of ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD LAND in the borough of Carnarvon, icell adapted for Villa Residences* MR. WILLIAM DEW Has received instructions to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon, on Saturday, 24th of September, 1864, commencing at Three o'clock in the afternoon, (subject to conditions then and there to be produced), ALL that beautifully situated Freehold Farm, called PENYGELLI, in the parish of Llan- beblig, containing by admeasurement 91 acres, 2 roods, and 26 perches, or thereabouts, distant about 1 miles from the town of Carnarvon, and a mile from the Grif- fith's Crossing Station, intersected along to the entire length by a good road. and arranged into 7 Lota, varying from 9 acres to 22 acres. This valuable Property commands one of the most charming and extensive views in the Principality, em- bracing the whole of the Snowdonian Range of Mountains Scenery, and overlooking the Carnarvon Bay. There is a good supply of water upon it. Plans and Particulars may be had at the principle Hotels in North Wales, of Messrs. Powell and Powell, Solicitors, Carnarvon, and of the Auctioneer, British hotel, Bangor. SEASIDE FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES FOR SALE AT LLANFAIRFECHAN. MR. WILLIAM DEW Has received instructions from Mr. E. Ellis, Jun., to SELL BY PUBLIO A UCTIO.N, At theLlanfairfochan Hotel, Llanfairfechan. on Thursday, the 29th of September, 18li4, commencing at Two o'clock in the afternoon, (subject to the Conditions then and there produced), UPWARDS of 8,000 Square Yards of most charmingly situatefl FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, at the ntpidly inei-eiisiiig aii(I deservedly populai Water- ing Place, Llanfairfechau, Conwav, divided luto Ten Lots, commanding a fine Frontage to the Bay. In order to secure uniformity of design and the erec- tion of that style of House commensurate with the re- quirements of this favourite and fashionable locality, Plans and Elevations of a Fii-st Class Terrace have been drawn out, and with this object the usual Building Cove- nants will be introduced into the Conditions of Sale. Lithographed Plans, and full Particulars, may be had at the principal Holels in North Wales, the Hotel, Llan- fairfechan and the British Hotel, Bangor, at which latter place the proposed Elevations may also be seen. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Powell and Powell, Solicitors, Carnarvon. Mi. R. Davies, Erw Gron, j LlanfairEechau, and the Auctioneer, Bangor. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. Attractirc Sale of Pure Bred SHROPSHIRE D 0 WN PRIZE SHEEP, Superior Cart Homes, Implements in Husbandry, Hay, Sec. at FFlilDD OEDD. MR. W. DEW, Has been favoured with instructions from Archibold Price, Esq., (who is decliuing Farming) to SELL BY MICTION, the latter end of September, at FFRIDDOEDD, Bangor, rpIIE whole of his celobrated Shropshire TDown Flock, and Superior Farming Stock. Further particulars will appear in future Advertise- ments. The whole will be minutely described in Catalogues. Sale by Messrs. WALKER & ACKERLEY. By Order of the Assignees. Extensive Sale of Farming Stock, Implements of HitS, bandry, and Modern Household Furniture, Tenant's litterest, &c., at St. Asaph. MESSRS WALKER AND ACKERLEY Beg to announce that they have received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, on Thursday, the 22nd, and Friday, the 23nl September, at Twelve o'cloc k precisely each day, on the premises PLAS-YN-CWM, St. Asaph, rpHE whole of the Farm Produce, Imple- plements of Husbandry, Cattle and Horses, Har- ness and other Effects; also the whole of the geuuine, first-class Modern Household Furniture and Miscellaneous Effects, the property of George Jaokson, Esq., a bank- ]cu further particulars in future advertisements. The whole of the valuable property will be on view the day prior to the sale, and catalogues and other informit- tion had on application to Thomas Kmfwles, Esq., Soli- citor Rhyl Messrs. John S. and Robert Blease, ac- countants, Cook-street, Liverpool; or to the Auctioneer, 55, Church-street, Liverpool SALE BY MR. G. FELTON. LLANDUDNO. SECOND GEE AT SALE OF CHINA, CUT GLASS, AND ORNAMENTAL AND USEFUL ARTICLES. ME. GEORGE FELTON, Hits again been instructed by Messrs. H. Walton and Co., of Hauley Potteries, to SELL BY AUCTION, in the Shop and Show ltoom at BINGLEY" HOUSE, adjoin- ing St. George's Hall, Mostyn Street, Llandudno, on Monday and Tuesday next. September 5th and tit-h, 1804, VN extensive, varied, and va1uah1e stock /? of China, Cut Glass, Par:ma!)d St)ajW,lre Mu- nificent Dinner and Dessert Services, in rich coloring and artistic patterns Breakfast, Tea, aud Coffee Services, of transparent china. and in great variety; double and single Toilet Services, approprintc for every class of apartments Ornamental elegancies, richly cut Glass in every torm, pxpiev niacin tea -Mid other Trays, Timepieces, electro and metal-mounted Jug*, Tea and Coffeepots, and an immense variety of other valuable articles. May be viewed each morning of Sale between the hours of Kine and Twelve The Sale to commence each day at One and Six o'clock. Experienced packers will be in attendance LLANDUDNO. BY ORPER OF THE MORTGAGEE. MR, GEO ROE FELTON "Will sell by Public Auction, at the Queen's Hotel, Llan dndno, on THUKST>\Y, the 15th day of SRprSttBltR next, at 3 o'clock,— ??iiO.S!; Two en?ib)c L?'ho)d Cott?cs. in T the uccup?tun of Mr. H"bh Jone" and Mrs. Mtr garet Jones, widow, at the annual roub uf EH H?. and t7 10s. respectively, situate (uenr the Church Walks) upon the road leading to th') Llandudno Mountain. The premises are held for a term of years, whereof 62 are now unexpired, at the low ground rent of per an- num. For f-titlier particulars apply to Messrs. Roberts, Bar- ber, anil Hughes, solicitors, Bangor, or to the Auctioneer at the Estate Offices, Llandudno. TREGANWY, NEAltCONWAY AND LLANDUDNO. Attractive Sale off/enuiti" substantial Household Furni- ture, ctiniprisinff Dining and Drawing Room suites, Broruiwood; Superior Bodi. and Bedding, and Bedroom appendage* Hall Furniture, L-c., and numerous and valuable Out- door ejfecU. MR. GEORGE FELTON HAS been favored with the commands of J. LLOYD JONF., Esijuire. (iu consequence of the whole estate having been disposed of), TO SELL BY AUCTION, On THURSDAY and FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd and 23rd, rnUE whole of the valuable effects, at TTREGANWY, comprising, mongat the Household Furniture, a handsome and comprehensive Drawing room suite, in Rosewood, upholstered in Damask, and con- sisting of 2 sets of chairs, elegant couches, and Ottomans, Easy and ewing chairs, Centre and Sofa Tables, a ¡¡t octave Pianoforte, by Broarlwood, in mahogany case; Mahogany Dining room suite, with handsome 12 feet Dining table, and chairs, several massive mahogany Side- boards glazetl and other Bookcases; elegant window trimmings and cornices old fashioned Hall furniture; handsome Mahogany, Birch, and painted 4 post Half- tester and other Bedsteads, with damask and other ap- propriate drapeiy Mahogany Chests of Drawers, Ward- robes, and Bedroom suites, and appendages beautiful curled hair, and wool matresses; prime goose feather Beds, excellent Witr.ey Blankets, Counterpanes, Quilts. &c., elegant and costly Brussels and Kidderminster Floor Ciwpet*, ciicra fibre. mattin and oil floor cloths bronzed Fenders and polished Fireirons; handsome china Dinner, Tea, and Bieakfast Services, and Cut Table Glass the whole of the Kitchen and Culinary requisites for a large establishment; Flour Bins, Dressers, and Store Cup- boards an excellent patent mangle. Ironing and Hall Stoves and piping, and a vast number of other indoor effects, as well as numerous and valuable outdoor effects, comprising a capital Turner's Lathe, and Tools complete, Garden Tools, Ladders, Cucumber fraiiieq capital Brew- ing and Dairy utensils; the produce of the Gaidens; an excellent Boat and oars; 2 iron garden seats, timber, firewood, and building stones an in-pig Sow, and other miscellaneous effects the whole of which may be inspect- ed the day before the day of sale. Catalogues are in course of preparation, and may be had one week prior to the sale at the principal Hotels, in the neighbourhood, and of the Auctioneer. Sale to commence each day most punctually at 12 o'clock Mostyn Estate Offices, Llandudno, Sept. 1st.. 1864. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Mr. GEORGE FELTON, on Wednesday, the 28th September next, at the Bull Hotel. Denbigh, at 2 for 3 o'clock in the afternoon precisely, subject to the con- ditions of sale to be then produced, ALL that well established and commodious Family and Commercial HOTEL, known as the CROWN HOTEL, DENBIGH. These premises are admirably situated in the market place of Denbigh, and are provided with every convenience for a la?eand?uerative business. The Hotel contains two good cellars, four parlours, bar, two drawing rooms, and twenty bedrooms; there are also an excellaut coach house, stabling for twenty one horses, and a brewhouse. Immediate possession may be had, both of the premise3 alialicense3 The tenure i. frcehold of inheritance For further particulars, apply to Mr. George Mason, solicitor, 32, Castle Street, Liverpool. SALE by Messrs. CHURTON & ELPHICK. MERIONETHSHIRE, NEAR GWYDDELWERN AND CORWEN. Sale of a very compact Freehold Farm, nearly 100 acres in extent, situate in the midst of splendid scenery, in the parish of Gwyddelwern, close to two stations on the Denbigh, Ruthin, and Corwen Railway, which passes through the property, with early possession. MESSRS. CHURTON AND ELPHICK Have the pleasure to announce that they are instructed TO SELL BY AUCTION, At the Queen's Hotel, Chester Railway Station, on Saturday, the Sth day of October, 1la, at twelve for one o'clock most punctually, ill one lot, and subject to such conditions of sale as will then be produced, A FINE compact Freehold Farm, c?Ued A Cfaig-lclo." situate in the pai'Mh of Gwyddel- wern, eight miles from Ruthin, and four from Corwen, (both market, towns,) iu the county of Merioneth, at present occupied by Mr. Hugh Williams, as tenant from vear to year; the farm contains in the whole 98A. 21t. 30P. of LAND, statute measure, or thereabouts; lies in n riug fence, skirted on ona^boundary by the new line of railway from Denbigh and Ruthin to Corwen, and is situate within one mile from the Fryn, and two miles from the Gwyddelwern stations on that line. The situa- tion of the property is extremely beautiful, commanding some of the richest scenery in ths far famed Vale of Eidernion, and being easy of access, presents to the merchant or professional man in search of health a rare opportunity for investment in an invigorating climate.- The tenant will show the estate. $w Printed particulars, with plan, may he had and further information obtained from Messrs. Helps and Parker, Solicitors, Chester; or Messrs. Churtoii and Elphick, Auctioneers, Whitchurch (Shropshire) and Chester. LLANDRILLO-YN-RHOS BAY, NEAR COLWYN, CONWAY, AND LLANDUDNO. I. Most eligible and desirable FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES (Forming part of Rhos Farm), FRONTING tJw bMutiful Hay of Llan- Fdrill(o. with its fine beach fGr Bathing, splendid sea an I land views, Salmon Fisheries, and numerous other local attractions and objects of interest, may now be secured by early application to J. R. Griffith, Esquire, solioitor, Llanrwit; L. L. Parry Evans, fsq., Rhoi farm, Llandrillo, near Conway; or to Mr. George Felton, arohiteot, land surveyor, aud auctioneer, Mostyn Estate offico, umav4wq SALE BY MESSRS. DAVIES &ARMOR r PRELIMINARY NOTICE, I SALE OF FREEHOLt) HOUSE PROPERTY IN THE TOWN'OF DENBIGH. MESSRS ()AVIE AND ARMOR Have received i, tructions to SELL BY PUB LI O A U C I I 0 iV, At the-Royal Oak Inni Dtio-righ, 011 Wednesday, Sep- tember 21st, 1864, at* Foui I o'clock in the afternoon, FREEHOLD Public hmses, Shop?udCot- I ta"cs, comprisiag of the 9, r Inn, occupld by Mr,lI. HngUes; tlie adjoining Shop, And two Cottages at the back, aituated in High-etreet; t' e Red Lion Inn, Bridge- I i,)use aii(I Shop, street, now converted into a 'i^veiUn^-hourie and Shop, in thji occupation of Mr. Samuel Atkiua; and 16 Cot- tagetf in Panton Hall. FilII particulars will appear in future advertisements, land any further information can be had of Mr. J. Parry Jones, Solicitor, Denbigh or of Messrs. Davies tnd Aim■Auctioneer*, Denbigh. lyAbigh, Augiir-t 24th, 1864. -l. THOMAS HEALING. ■ AT RHYL. An Extensive Sale of most desirable and Eligible Freehold Huilding Land, subdivided into 38 Lots, part, in Front to the Primeaads in Rhyl, and the remainder immediately adjoining there- to. \1R, THOMAS HEALING Respecfully intimates that he has beon inntrncted by the representatives of the late Jlr. John Roberts, of the Abbey, near Rhuddlan, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AU0TIO\, In the TOWN :-LH.L, in tho town of Rhyl, on FRIDAY, the 23rd September, 18(34, f<>r 3 in the A fter- noon most punctually, subject to such conditions of Sale as will be then produced,— A Quantity of most, eligible Freehold Build- iTX ing Land, divided into 38 Lots, part of which fronts the Promenade in Rhyl, and the remainder having a frontage to a street of Fiften yards wide, and immedi- ately adjoining the ahove mentioned property, is so situ- ated that in future years it will stand where the greatest amount of Mwisine^s will be concentrated and carried oil in the town of Rhyl, and where other business matters will arise and spring into existence, and add, aiitl give further value to property in this particular locality; .and Rhyl standing unrivalled a's a first-class watering place, and pre-eminent for its public spirit in carrying out the various improvements in progress, and already effected, opens a Wide Held for speculators in Land and Buildings, and looking at the different and vaiied arteries in regard to Railway communication now seen to be pushing forward from various quarters in the direction of Rhyl, at once proves it is becoming a place of great growing repute, thus stimulating enterprising and speculative minds into energetic action. Lithographic Plans of the Property as laid out are in course of preparation, and may be had prior to the Sale, on application to Mr. Price Morris, Solicitor, Denbigh cr at the Office of Mr. Thomas Healing, Auctioneer, George Hotel, Queen Street, Rhyl. MR. w, T. R. ROGER begs to inform the iVi. pubiie, that the ABER MARBLE AND SLATE YARD is in his sole possession, and that all orders will be received and punctually attended to by Mr. W. R. Rogers, Penypark. Sept. 2ud, 1864. PENMAENMAWR BUILDING LAND. W. p, AYRES, CONTRACTOR, See. HAS Several Plots of Freehold ALeaseh ld )L Land to DISVOSK OF, with immediate posses, on All the Plot* command views of magnificent scenery. Particulars upon application to W. P. A., Agent for Alexandra Hotel Company. Mountain View, Penmaenmawr, Aug. 6, 1864. VALE OF CLWYD HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, THE ANNUAL FLORAL FETE Of TUE VALE OF CLWYD HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Will take place at Denbigh, on Friday, the 9th Septem her, 1864, upon the delightful Grounds of the Royal Denbigh Bowling Green, kindly granted for the occa- sion by the Committee. LADY-PATRONESS. LADY WILLIAMS, Bodelwyddan. PRESIDENT. P. H. CHAMBERS, Esq., Llysmeirchion. THE Services of an efficient Band will be engaged for the occasion. The general arrangements with respect to the Plants or specimens for exhibition or competition for Prizes, will be the same as hitherto carried out. The doors will be thrown open to the public at one o'clock, subjeot to the following charges for admission, viz.:— One Shilling each to non-subacribers, between the hours of One and Four o'clock p m.; and after Four o'clock at Sixpence each. Children under Twelve years of age, and School children will be admitted at half-price. The Railway Companies will run cheap trains suita- ble for the occasion. M. S MITH (Park-street), Secretary, Denbigh, Aug. 24th, 1864. MR. JOSEPH JONES, Deceased. PURSUANT to the Statute 22nd and 23rd J[_ Victoria, Chap. 35, intituled An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees," NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That all persons having any claim against the Estate of JOSEPH JONES, late of Maesgwilym, in the Parish of Rhuddlan, in the County of Flint, farmer (who died on the 1st day of July, 1864, and whose Will was proved in the District Registry at Saint Asaph, attached to Her Majesty's Court of Probate, on the 18th day of July, 1864, by the Reverend Owen Jones, Incumbent of Pentre- voelas. in the County of Denbigh, the Executor nainedin the said Will), are required to send the particulars of such claims or demands to the said Executor, at his residence, Bron Eglwys, Pentrevoelas, Llanrwst, on or before the 1st day of October next, after which time the said Executor will proceed to distribute the Assets of the Testator ftnioog1 the parties entituled thereto, having re- gard only to the claims which shall be justly due and owing, and oi^rliicli the Executor ithidi then have received notice. Dated this sixteenth day of August, 1864' OWEN JONES, Executor. 4W NEW DESIGNS FOR 1864. a IN CABINET FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERY, BED- STEADS, GLASSES, &e., AT UeQUHART AND A DAMSON'S HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT AND NORTH OF ENGLAND BEDDING HOUSE. 13 AND 15, BOLDSTREET, LIVERPOOL, Families and Parties Furnishing Are particularly invited, before ordering elsewhere, to INSPEOr UKQUHAHT and ADAMSON'S immense Assortment of CABINET FURNITURE, &c., suit- able for Dining and Drawing-Rooms, Parlours, Li- braries, Bed-Rooms, Halls, Kitchens, Offices, and Ships' Cahiw. The GOODS artj Manufactured and Warranted hy U. and A. of Seasoned Materials, First-class Workmanship, and Now Designs, and are marked in plain Figures at Prices th^will beiu- in every respect a favourable eompirBjtejj with the Goods ottered by any other Houas. The UPHO&SH'fcjRY DEPARTMENT embraces every descriptioDflf Damasks, Chintzes, Silks, Reps, Pekin Cloths, VflireU, Cornices, &c. New and Original Designs ipir Embroidered Valances and Draperies, with all roe''New Borders, Trimmings, kc. Iroii and Brass Bedsteads and Bedding. URQUHART AND ADAM SON, Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers, Bedstead and Bedding Manufacturers and Decorators. 13 and 15 Bold Street, Liverpool. Workshops, Chinch Lane, where Connoisseur* may select the Wood, aid superintend the execution of their own orders. U. and A's houip Furnishing Guide may be had on appli- cation. TfiE TRADE SUPPLIED. Country Ordars Packed Free. Export and Shipping Or- ders, to any extent, promptly executed. URQUHART and ADAMSON have appropriated at Church Lane a nnmlier of DRY, LIGHT, and CLEAN BOOKS for STOBINO HOUSCHTLD FURNITURE, Bettering ad pa4mg wietollj attended to. GRIFFITH DAVIES, DRAPERY AND GROCERY ESTABLISHMET, BANGOR. NEW FRUIT.  i. k Just received, the First Importation of VALENCIA RAISINS. The quality is exededingly good. CURRANTS May be expected in about a Fortnight. The Crop is large and very fine. BOO TAN D SHOE EST A B LIS H MEN T, 304, HIGH STREET, BANGOR, ISAAC ROBERTS begs to inform bis Customers, Visitors, and the public in general, that i_ he HUB constantly on hand a large assortment of Ladiej', Gentlemen's, and Children's., Boot and Shoes, both. French and English, in every variety suited to the requirements of the Season, and of the LATENT FASHIONS. Gentlemen leaving their Orders can rely on obtaining a really Firtt-class article, at a Moderate Price. GRAND CHORAL FESTIVAL IN BANGOR CATHEDRAL. ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, THE SEVENTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1864, qV i[j E gj Mr Ir a? Ti-IE ajMB.??? CHOIKS THE FOUR RURAL DEANERIES ON THE BANKS OF THE MENAI STRAITS, Meet at the CATHEDRAL to hold A CHORAL FESTIVAL, Service in the Morning in English, at 11 o'clock. Service in the Afternoon in Welsh, at 3 o'clock. The Preacher in the Morning will be THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF ST. ASAPH.. The Preacher in the Evening will be THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF BANGOR. TICKETS and BOOKS of the FESTIVAL MUSIC may be had at the North Wales Chronicle Offioe. Admission to the Choir, 5s., and the Nave, Is., for the two Services. Doors open to the public half-an-hour before the beginning of each Service. INSTRUCTIONS TO CLERGY & CHOIRS. I.-The Services on the 7th SEPTEMBER, at the CATHEDRAL, are to be in ENGLISH at 11 a.m., and in WELSH at 8 p.m. Dinner for the Singers provided by the Association, is to be at 1 p.m., in the PENRHYN HALL, and not at the National School, as announced in circulars. 2.—All the Choirs to be at the Cathedral by Half-past 9 a.m., at the latest. 3.—The Choristers' Tickets signed by Mr. JOHN OWEN, (Owain Alaw), and countersigned by the Clergymen of their respective parishes, will entitle them to travel at Single Fare by the Railway to and from Bangor, admit then, to both Services, and to the Dinner. 4.—Clergymen oeing Subscribers, and bringing their own Choirs, or forming part of Choirs, are entitled t* Choristers' Tickets gratis, but must appear iu Surplices, &c. 5.—The Association will grant Id. a mile towards the travelling expenses of members of distant Choirs, if claimed by the Clergyman of the Parish, not later than the 15th of September. DAVID THOMAS, HON. SBC. Dwygyfylchi, August 31st, 1864. NOTICE. WE have been requested to give Notice, W that the SALE of the DEGANWY ESTATE, situate between Conway and Llandudno, advertised to take place about the end of September next, is for the present WITHDRAWN. Messrs. CHURTON and ELPHICK, and Mr. GEORGE FELTON, Auctioneers. 22nd August, 1864. Sales by Mostirs. CHURTON & ELPHICK. RHYL. Sale of FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND on the south side of Wellington-road, near Wirren-, street, in the rapidly improving town of Rhyl, in seven lots, wili itiatiaediate possession. Messrs. CHURTON and ELPHICK Have been instructed to submit to SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the TOWN HALL, in Rhyl, on TUKSDAY, the 2otli day of September, 1854, at 4 for 5 o'clock in the Afternoon, in the Lots set forth in the particulars of Sale, or in such other and in such order as the ven- dor or his agents may determine upon at the time of sale, and subject to such conditions as will then be pro- duced,— SEVERAL very valuable Pieces or Parcels O of BUILDIN& LAND, fronting Wellington-road and to a new street now being formetf on the property, and which have been most judiciously laid out for build- ing purposes. The Wellington-road is the main thoroughfare from the town of Rhyl to the New Bridge and Harbour at the Voryd, which tends much to enhance the value of all Land in that locality. N.B.—Printed particulars with plans may be had, and any other information which may be required, upon appli- cation to Mr. T. Gold Edwards, Solicitor, Denbigh Mr. Bowen, Surveyor, Rhyl; or from Messrs. Churton and Elphick, Auctioneers, Chester. RHYL, lVORTII WALES. Important Sale of very valuable Freehold Build- in] Land, near to the Railway Station, and several Quillets of' Freehold Land at the east end of Rhyl, suitable for Brick-making ground. Messrs. CHURTON and ELPHICK Have the pleasure to announce that they will SELL BY RLUCTION, on TUESDAY, the 20th day of September, 1884, at One for Two o'clock, p.m. punctually, at the TOWN HALL, in Rhyl, in the lots set forth in the print- ed particulars and plans of Sale, or in such other lots and in such order e.8 the Vendor's Agents may deter- mine at the time of Sale, and subject to conditions then to be produced, the undermentioned pieces of very valu- able Freehold Building land A PIECE of BUILDING LAND, extending ,tA- from the rear of the Bee Hotel, and fronting the Railway Station, extending to Elwy-streot, containing iu the whole 3r. 20p., or 4,235 square yards. A piece of BUILDING LAND, situate between Glan- morfa and the Railway, and extending from Ehvy-street to Ffyunon-Groyw-street, and containing in the whole 3a. lr. 4p., or 15,851 square yards. A piece of BUILDING LAND, on the west side of Ffynnon-Groyw-street, extending from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Chapel to the Railway, and containing in the whole 2a. 3r. 6p., or 13,491 square yarfs Also, Four several pieces of IAN IX called > Quillets, situate in the fields ou the east side of the Vale Road, each of which will form a separate Lot. The Laflds near to the Railway Station and in Ffynnon- Groyw-streetareadmirably adapted forBuildiiigpurpoies, and for the most part command fine views of the Vale of Clwyd the Quillets form good Building site, and it ia believed contain excellent brick clay. now macli in de- manil Printed particulars, with lithographic plans, with other information may be had from Messrs. Helps and Parker, Solicitors, Cheater; or from Messrs. Churton and Elphick, AwtioMOT, WMtoliurcfc (Shropshire), Mid Chester. DENBIGHSHIRE FREEHOLD FARM, NEAR TO LLAN- RWST, CONWAY, & LLANDUDNO. Sale of a delightfully situated Freehold Mountain FARM, in the parish of Eglwys Bach, near the river Conway, eight miles from Conway, five from Llanrwst, and about ten from Llan- dudno, extending to nearly 55 acres, wtll worthy the attention of purchasers in 8earch oj a salubrious, retired, and pleasant Farm,amidst fine mountain scenery and pure sea air, for a summer residence. Messrs. CHURTON and ELPHICK r Hare to announce that they have been instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Queen Hotel, Llan- dudno, on WEDNEilDA Y, the 21st September, 1864, at Three for Four o'clock, p.m., most punctually, in One Lot, and subject to conditions of Sale then to be pro- duced,- A VERY compact and desiraMoFREEHOLB A, FARM called FRON," in the parish ef Eglwys Bach, in the county of Denbigh, about eight miles from Conway, five from Llanrwst, and ten from Llandudno, within about two miles from Tal-y-Cafn station, on the Llandudno, Conway, and Llanrwst Railway. The Farm contains in the whole 54a. 2r. 87p comprehending a farmhouse, outbuildings, and other erections, and several pieces of land, woods, and plantations, in the holding of Mr. Robert Jones, as tenant from year to year. The situation is one of the most beautiful in the Vale of Llanrwst, which embraces some of the grandest scenery in North Wales. The Farm is bounded by the estates and plantations of William Hanmer, Esq., proverbial for their beauty. The Estate offers to the care and toil-worn merchant or man of business an opportunity for relaxation and revigo- ration amidst the finest scenery in North Wales, such as seldom occurs. Printed Particulars with plans may be had from Mean. Helps and Parker, Solicitors. Chester, or from Menre. Churton and Elphick, Auctioneers, Whitchurch (Shrop- hire), and Chester. SALES BY MR. THOMAS DAVIES. TO BE SOLD by MR. THOMAS DA VIES at the Queen's Hotel, Llanrwst, on Tuesday the 20th day of SEPTEM- BER, 18ti4, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (if not previous. ly disposed of) in such Lots and subject to such con- ditions, as may be determined on at the time of Sale, ALL those valuable Freehold FARMS and /t. Premises, called by the several names of ORSEDD WEN FAWR and AELWYD UCHA, containing to. gether 140 acres and 25 perches or thereabouts, situate ia the Parish of Llanrwafc, in the County of Denbigh. The above property adjoins land belonging to C. W. G. Wynno. Thomas Oldfield, Robert 0, Davies, William Hughes, Esquires, and Mr. Robert Williams, and is with- in four miles of the market town of Llanrwst. And on Wednesday, the 21st day of September, 1864, at Throe o'clock in the afternoon, at the Custle Hotel, ÍD. Conway, by the said Mr. THOMAS DAVIES, THE Compact and Desirable Estate known Tas TYN LLWYN and FFRYM) WEN Farms, comprising about 21Sacreaof arable. meadow, and pasture land, situate in the parish of LlandriUo-yai-rhos, near Con- way. This Estate is within five miles of Conway, and adjoin# Estates belongingto Lady Erskine, WhitehallDodd, Esq., the Ven, Archdeacon Jones, Mr. Jonets, Mr. Williams, and Mr. George Hughes. Particulars of Sale, with lithographed maps may be had of Messrs. Duncan, Squarey, and Mackmore, Solicitors, 10, Water Street, Liverpool; (if Mr. John Robert Grif. fith, Solicitor, Llanrwst; or of the Auctioneer, and at 'the place of sale. ELLIS'S PATENT ROOFING FELT.-The Ebe?,t and cheapo WATERPROOF COVERING for all sorts of Sheds, Outbuildings, Hay aud Corn Rickil, Ac., Bold Wholesale and Retail by S. ELLIS and Co, 23, Strand Street (near the Coatom House,) Liverpool and Ironmongers throughout the country. Price One Peony per Square Foot. Also the beat POFIXUHQ I CHNFAIT. i'riw 12s. p*r Bwrwi.